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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.5

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.5
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thisxicâion; The new pope [took thenamç of Clement. At this period, Silvçfter Budes, a valiant knight from Brittany, was in the country near Rome, and had under him upwards of two thoufand Bretons, who in the late years had done much againft the Florentines, whom pope Gregory had made war vpon and excommunicated for their rebellion s but, through the interceffion of Silvefter Budes, they had been pardoned. Pope Clement and the cardinals of his party, fent fecretly for him and his troops. He marched di-reftly into the ftrong caftle of Sç: Angelo, in the village of St. Peter, the better to check the Romans. Pope Urban, and the cardinals attached to him, were afraid to quit Tivoli, though they very much wifhed it, on account of thefe Bretons ; for they, were determined men, who meddered all whom they met in oppofition to them. The Romans, on finding how^dangeroufly they were fituated, fent for other foldiers, Germans and Lombards, who daily fkirmifhed with the Bretons. Clement granted indulgences to all the clergy who wifhed for them, and publi(hed his eleftion through-out the world. When king Charles of France was informed of this,, he was much aftonifhed ; he fummoned his brothers and # the great barons, the prelates, the re&or and principal doftors of the uniyerfity of Paris, to know which of the two popes, the firft or the laft, he ought to pay obedience to. This matter was not foon determined, for the clergy wer Vol. V. G _ of 81


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